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    Has anyone come across the idea of using the curvature of space-time for a possible concept for atomic propulsion systems?

    For instance, if space-time is curved, and that the curving of space-time varies according to the conditions of that space-time field, whatever they are, is it possible to create an artificial curvature of space-time, for a craft, different to the curvature that craft is in, and then have the space-time curvature effect that craft (of a different space-time curvature) such that it tries to effect the environmental curvature for that craft, and thereby create a type, of FORCE FIELD effect on that craft, which could translate into propulsion?

    Does anyone know of any research into such an idea?

    I have a theory that proposes how it is possible to construct any type of curvature for space-time for a craft (www feature below), but I am also interested if this type of research is already being conducted.


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    Interesting. I haven't read the paper yet but I don't really think we can control space-time in the way we want it to behave. The idea of field or the concept of it can be though of as exchange of virtual particals between matter. The partical that have an effect on gravity - Gravitron has yet to be discovered. Or it is just so hard to detect. Either cases, we still lack some evidence of bending space-time the way we want it to be.


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    The thing is though, scientists claim they can almost ceate black-hole conditions in a lab, and if that is correct, they are essentially creating a different curvature of space-time. In time therefore, it may be possible to create a craft cloaked in that black hole condition such that the surrounding space-time curvature environment tries to influence that craft to move according to being more space-time curvature bent as the environment.

    I am interested as to why the scientific community has not presented this idea yet.

    I have developed a 300 or so page abstract on the possible construction of an artificial gravitational field, with the theoretical physics to back it (www feature below), but, owing to it's uniqueness, it's newness, it's a little difficult to get across. But the proposal stands.

    In theory, also, in alliance with what we understand of black holes, that craft essentially would be "invisible", "cloaked".

    It would be an interesting field of research and application of physics.
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